Mechanical Events

Events

Events conducted/organized by department of Mechanical Engineering in the Academic year 2020-21 (I Semester).

S.NoCourse TitleProgram DateCourse DurationStudent Profile (Discipline)Trainer Name/ Guest NameBatch Size
1A Guest Lecture on “Nuclear (Atomic) power plant”
15.10.20201 DayMech StudentsDr. M.V.Mallikarjuna AMIE(I), M. Tech., Ph.D. Professor&Principal 
DEPT of ME,R. Sridhar Industry Centre
62
2A Seminar on “Performance and Emission characteristics of CI Engine using Nano additive biodiesel blends with Exhaust gas recirculation”19.10.20201 DayMech StudentsDR. A. PRAVEEN
 ASST.PROF 
 MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT 
BAPATLA ENGINEERING COLLEGE,N. Saikiran
54
3Seminar  on “Validation of automotive fuel”27.10.20201 DayMech StudentsDr. Venkata Ramesh Mamilla,
P.Devendar
48

Events conducted/organized by department of Mechanical Engineering in the Academic year 2019-20 (II Semester).

S.NoCourse TitleProgram DateCourse DurationStudent Profile (Discipline)Trainer Name/ Guest NameBatch Size
1A Seminar on Computer Aided Design for Mechanical Engineering09.01.20201 DayMech StudentsM.Satheesh Kumar Goodrich IT Solutions Pvt.Ltd72
2Career Guidance and AMCAT Assessment10.01.20201 DayMech StudentsMr.Abhishek Kulkarni Sr.Manager AMCAT,Hyderabad50
3Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp (Funded by DST–NIMAT)29.01.2020 to 31.01.20203 DaysMech StudentsV.Naveen Kumar, GM, District Industry Centre9
4Industrial Visit01.02.2020 to 31.01.20201 DayMech StudentsV.Naveen Kumar, GM, District Industry Centre11
5Industrial Visit01.02.2020 to 31.01.20201 DayMech StudentsV.Naveen Kumar, GM, District Industry Centre11
6A FIVE DAY NATIONAL LEVEL FDP On “Advanced & Research Opportunities in Internal Combustion Engines”16-06-2020 to 20-06-20205 DAYsFacultyDr. S. SARAVANAN,Professor of Mechanical Engineering,Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering,350

Events conducted/organized by department of Mechanical Engineering in the Academic year 2019-20 (I Semester).

S.NoCourse TitleProgram DateCourse DurationStudent Profile (Discipline)Trainer Name/ Guest NameBatch Size
1Teacher’s Day Celebration -201905.09.20191 DAYMECH FacultyPrincipal & Dean18
2Engineer’s Day15.09.20191 DAYII, III & IV   Mech Students94
3Workshop on ANSYS18.09.2019 –   21.09.20194 DaysII &III Mech StudentsM.Satheesh Kumar Goodrich IT Solutions Pvt. Ltd54
4The Institution of Engineers (India) Students Chapter30.10.20191 DAYII, III & IV MECH   StudentsDr. H. Veeraswamy, FIE, Secretary, IEI Ramagundam Local Center, Karimnagar.26
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